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A creative way to handle fighting

04/15/2013 6:15am
This week on LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives some creative ideas for ending small squabbles and teaches readers how to have validating conversations for the more important matters.

Bystanders tackle suspected car thief following crash

04/15/2013 7:28am
A stolen van ran a red light, got T-boned by another car and rolled. Good Samaritans held the driver until police arrived.

Bystanders tackle suspected car thief following crash

04/15/2013 7:28am
A stolen van ran a red light, got T-boned by another car and rolled. Good Samaritans held the driver until police arrived.

'Could have happened to any of us,' avalanche report says

04/15/2013 8:02am
The snowslide that claimed the life of Utah Department of Transportation avalanche forecaster Craig Patterson "could have happened to any of us," experts said.

'Could have happened to any of us,' avalanche report says

04/15/2013 8:02am
The snowslide that claimed the life of Utah Department of Transportation avalanche forecaster Craig Patterson "could have happened to any of us," experts said.

Some schools face cyberbullying of teachers

04/15/2013 10:30am
More schools around the country are cracking down on cyberbullying, not just against students but against teachers.

Some schools face cyberbullying of teachers

04/15/2013 10:30am
More schools around the country are cracking down on cyberbullying, not just against students but against teachers.

Hacker says he can hijack plane remotely using smartphone

04/15/2013 11:11am
A former pilot says he can hack an airplane using his Android smartphone, allowing him to hijack the plane remotely and change internal settings, send it to a different destination or even crash it.

Women fight off intruder in St. George apartment, police say

04/15/2013 11:39am
Police were looking Monday for a man who they say broke into an apartment and assaulted a woman.

Women fight off intruder in St. George apartment, police say

04/15/2013 11:39am
Police were looking Monday for a man who they say broke into an apartment and assaulted a woman.

School removes picture of Jesus

04/15/2013 11:48am
After months of controversy, a portrait of Jesus that hung in a southern Ohio middle school for 65 years was taken down due to concerns about the costs of a federal lawsuit.

Couple killed in Oakley murder-suicide identified

04/15/2013 11:48am
The names of a man and woman who investigators believe died as a result of a murder-suicide were released Monday.

Couple killed in Oakley murder-suicide identified

04/15/2013 11:48am
The names of a man and woman who investigators believe died as a result of a murder-suicide were released Monday.

Most kids know swear words before their ABCs

04/15/2013 11:59am
Most kids know how to swear before they have learned their ABCs, according to research by a Stanford University linguistics professor.

Tales from the ER: The grossest thing I have seen

04/15/2013 12:09pm
Almost every day I work I get asked, "What is the grossest thing I have ever seen?" In this article I will answer that question with two experiences I have had.

Tales from the ER: The grossest thing I have seen

04/15/2013 12:09pm
Almost every day I work I get asked, "What is the grossest thing I have ever seen?" In this article I will answer that question with two experiences I have had.

SoulPancake sparks conversation about hope and spirituality

04/15/2013 12:31pm
SoulPancake's heartwarming and often hilarious videos further an online conversation of hope, existence and spirituality.

Missing 19-year-old found dead in Eagle Canyon

04/15/2013 12:36pm
A missing Wisconsin man has been found dead in Eagle Canyon, in Emery County.

Missing 19-year-old found dead in Eagle Canyon

04/15/2013 12:36pm
A missing Wisconsin man has been found dead in Eagle Canyon, in Emery County.

Scientists turn brains clear, leading to better picture of neurons

04/15/2013 12:45pm
Researchers have found a way to remove the light-obscuring lipids found in organs, allowing them to potentially put together a much more detailed picture of the connections inside the brain.

No love for Tiger Woods; regretful foul ball toss

04/15/2013 12:58pm
Tiger Woods was assessed a bogus two-stroke penalty for an improper drop. A young fan didn't realize that he was throwing back a foul ball.

What happened to the Jazz playoff run?

04/15/2013 1:26pm
The Jazz were 31-24 at the All-Star break, with a five game lead over the Lakers for the final playoff spot in the West. Now, with two games left, they're out of the playoffs. What happened?

Have You Seen This? The Rapping Weatherman

04/15/2013 1:32pm
Weathermen are always looking for ways to be creative in their weather forecasts, and The Rapping Weatherman may win for putting out the biggest effort.

First trailer for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' doesn't disappoint

04/15/2013 2:07pm
The first trailer for the much anticipated "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" has been released, and it doesn't disappoint.

Utah company faces SCOTUS on whether gene patents are valid

04/15/2013 2:52pm
Myriad Genetics, a Salt Lake City company, is facing the Supreme Court on whether they can patent human genes. The case involves patented genes linked to increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer.

Utah company faces SCOTUS on whether gene patents are valid

04/15/2013 2:52pm
Myriad Genetics, a Salt Lake City company, is facing the Supreme Court on whether they can patent human genes. The case involves patented genes linked to increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer.

Somber father appears in court to face charge of killing baby son

04/15/2013 2:57pm
An American Fork man accused of shooting and killing his 5-month-old son appeared somber and distant to some observers as he made his first appearance in court Monday.

Somber father appears in court to face charge of killing baby son

04/15/2013 2:57pm
An American Fork man accused of shooting and killing his 5-month-old son appeared somber and distant to some observers as he made his first appearance in court Monday.

Here's a running list of tax-day freebies in Utah

04/15/2013 4:02pm
Monday is tax day, or score-all-the-free-stuff-you-can day.

15th gun seized at Salt Lake airport this year

04/15/2013 4:23pm
Another gun in a carry-on bag was found by screeners at the Salt Lake City International Airport.

15th gun seized at Salt Lake airport this year

04/15/2013 4:23pm
Another gun in a carry-on bag was found by screeners at the Salt Lake City International Airport.

BYU students use dating app to lure dozens of men to froyo shop

04/15/2013 5:14pm
A group of Brigham Young University recently used a popular dating application to perform a social experiment on unsuspecting co-eds in Utah Valley.

BYU students use dating app to lure dozens of men to froyo shop

04/15/2013 5:14pm
A group of Brigham Young University recently used a popular dating application to perform a social experiment on unsuspecting co-eds in Utah Valley.

Thousands of birds stranded, killed at Dugway after being fooled by storm

04/15/2013 6:15pm
Several thousand birds are struggling for survival Monday after they accidentally landed at Dugway Proving Grounds where they were unable to take off again.

Thousands of birds stranded, killed at Dugway after being fooled by storm

04/15/2013 6:15pm
Several thousand birds are struggling for survival Monday after they accidentally landed at Dugway Proving Grounds where they were unable to take off again.

Photo shows man burglarizing day care

04/15/2013 6:19pm
Police are looking for a man who burglarized a South Jordan day care center Sunday morning.

Photo shows man burglarizing day care

04/15/2013 6:19pm
Police are looking for a man who burglarized a South Jordan day care center Sunday morning.

Kennecott employees offered 'voluntary' time off

04/15/2013 7:03pm
Officials at Kennecott Utah Copper reached out to their employees Monday about the future in the wake of a massive slide at the Bingham Canyon Mine last week.

Decoding the 'alphabet soup' of health care professionals

04/15/2013 7:36pm
Many health care patients get confused when it comes to understanding the differences between their caregivers and what each one is qualified to do — and that alphabet soup of letters behind each person's name doesn't make it any easier.

Photos, tweets reminders of tragedy, hope at Boston Marathon

04/15/2013 7:52pm
Those at the Boston Marathon or experiencing the tragedy from afar turned to social media to share information, emotion and words of support after two bombs went off Monday at the finish line.

Photos, tweets reminders of tragedy, hope at Boston Marathon

04/15/2013 7:52pm
Those at the Boston Marathon or experiencing the tragedy from afar turned to social media to share information, emotion and words of support after two bombs went off Monday at the finish line.

Utah groups rally for pathway to citizenship

04/15/2013 8:17pm
A group of Latinos is calling on Utah's representatives to help shape the nationwide discussion on immigration reform.

Utah groups rally for pathway to citizenship

04/15/2013 8:17pm
A group of Latinos is calling on Utah's representatives to help shape the nationwide discussion on immigration reform.

Man killed after trying to keep teen from party, witnesses testify

04/15/2013 8:49pm
William "KC" Wright was not the type to start a fight unless provoked, friends testified in court Monday.

Man killed after trying to keep teen from party, witnesses testify

04/15/2013 8:49pm
William "KC" Wright was not the type to start a fight unless provoked, friends testified in court Monday.

Salt Lake City positioned to become 'Wall Street of the West'

04/15/2013 9:02pm
More investment banks are looking to expand in Utah, something that has many wondering if Salt Lake City could become the Wall Street of the West.

Elementary kids raise $4K for student battling leukemia

04/15/2013 9:27pm
Clippers came out for a cause at a school in West Jordan on Monday.

SLC Marathon planners, police respond in wake of Boston attacks

04/15/2013 11:00pm
The Salt Lake City Marathon will be taking place this weekend, and both police and organizers have their eye on keeping the event secure given the bomb explosions that ripped through the Boston Marathon finish line Monday afternoon.

SLC Marathon planners, police respond in wake of Boston attacks

04/15/2013 11:00pm
The Salt Lake City Marathon will be taking place this weekend, and both police and organizers have their eye on keeping the event secure given the bomb explosions that ripped through the Boston Marathon finish line Monday afternoon.

Jazz beat Wolves to keep playoff hopes alive

04/15/2013 11:09pm
The Jazz keep their playoff hopes alive by taking down the Timberwolves 96-80.

Utahns at Boston Marathon describe 'chaos' in bombing aftermath

04/15/2013 11:10pm
More than 300 Utah runners were among the 27,000 who ran the Boston Marathon Monday. A few shared chilling personal accounts of what they saw of the finish line bombings.

Utahns at Boston Marathon describe 'chaos' in bombing aftermath

04/15/2013 11:10pm
More than 300 Utah runners were among the 27,000 who ran the Boston Marathon Monday. A few shared chilling personal accounts of what they saw of the finish line bombings.

State tax commission waives penalties through Tuesday due to hardware glitch

04/15/2013 11:11pm
The Utah State Tax Commission is offering to waive penalties and interest through April 16 for filers as a result of hardware problems with the state tax form Monday.

Prosecutors dismiss 69 more West Valley police cases

04/15/2013 11:12pm
Dozens of additional cases tied to the narcotics unit of the embattled West Valley City Police Department were thrown out on Monday.

Prosecutors dismiss 69 more West Valley police cases

04/15/2013 11:12pm
Dozens of additional cases tied to the narcotics unit of the embattled West Valley City Police Department were thrown out on Monday.

Police, volunteers search for missing Provo teen

04/15/2013 11:35pm
Police are searching for a 14-year-old Provo girl who didn't return home from school Monday.
 
   
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